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The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers format is used in engineering, and this guide serves as a style manual as well as how to format an article for submission to an IEEE journal. Examples are given on how to cite periodicals, books, patents, and more.
The Chicago Manual of Style Online, from the University of Chicago, is the complete guide to the Chicago style of writing and citation. Full-text access to the 16th and 17th editions of the manual are available, as well as a Citation Quick Guide, tutorials, and more.
The Turabian style (named for Kate Turabian) is a modified version of the Chicago style and is used often in the arts and humanities. This guide offers citing information on books, journal articles, magazine articles, online sources, and more.
The Council of Science Editors (previously known as the Council of Biology Editors) format is most often used in the sciences. This guide is based on the 2006 manual; a new edition will be published May 2014.